2022 is going to be an exciting year for Yorkshire!
Many of you will have seen an abundance of Openreach vans and closed roads throughout the area recently, as the FTTP rollout builds momentum. The great news is, that means more and more of us will have access to faster, more reliable connections than ever before!
Why is it different to the fibre we already have?
All fibre is not created equal!
With ‘fibre’, you may be surprised to learn that fibre cables are only used for part of the journey, to carry data to your local cabinet. Old fashioned copper wire – which is notoriously slow and unreliable – then takes it to and from your premises.
‘Full-fibre’ is completely different – it uses a fibre connection the entire length of the journey. With no copper to slow data down, these full-fibre networks can easily run at Gigabit speeds of up to 1000mbps, so whatever you need your connection for, with ultrafast FTTP you’ll do it faster, smoother, more reliably.
Full-fibre not only gives you speeds a lot faster, it will also have an immediate impact on your productivity – helping unlock new, powerful opportunities.
The rise of cloud services is changing the way we work forever, improving efficiency and sparking innovation. With bandwidth no longer a barrier, your business is primed to take full advantage of its shift to the cloud.
Resilient, reliable, responsive
Full fibre infrastructure is the best possible platform for the delivery of business-critical services. Fully diverse and completely independent from incumbent infrastructure.
Here at Deep Blue, we build services bespoke to your needs that are designed to make your business communications easier to manage and cost-effective.
We partner with a range of fibre providers to maximise our coverage and these end to end fibre solutions not only allow us to get the best prices for you but we help you future proof your connectivity beyond the PSTN switch off (learn more about the switch off here)
Our team will ensure that you get exactly what you need right now. We look after the complicated side of things, so you don’t have to.